National CRY Research Fellowship
In 2007, CRY - Child Rights and You, awarded the first National Child Rights Research Fellowships to six individuals. The idea was to provide an opportunity for Indians willing to invest time and creative energy to explore in some depth, the question what is in the best interest of children. In all, 10 fellowships were on offer.
There have been a number of applications from smaller towns and rural areas, many belonging to communities that CRY raises resources for: ethnic minorities, dalits, backward regions around the country with interesting and challenging proposals.
Announcing the 2013-14 CRY National Child Rights Research Fellowships
CRY is inviting applications for the National Child Rights Research Fellowships 2013-14. The research fellowship, now in its seventh year, was introduced by CRY with the aim to explore various dimensions of child rights, within the broad understanding of Justice for Children. To know about the eligibility and deliverables of the fellowship click here.
To know about current year fellows click below
2012 - 2013
To know about our previous year's fellows and view their reports, please click on a fellowship year below,
2011 - 2012
2010 - 2011